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Old   March 30, 2012, 01:52
Default Selective boundary/interface permeability
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Hello!

I wonder is there any possibilty in CFX to make boundary or domain interface permeable for one fluid and impermeable for other (or for solid particles)?
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What type of flow? What type of mixture? Multi-what - phase/component/both/something else?

There will be a way regardless of what type of simulation you are doing.
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Multiphase flow. One fluid, one solid. Fluid flows through boundary, solid doesn't.
It's something like filter.
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Old   April 4, 2012, 07:50
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Not sure, but you might be able to do this with an interface.

Why are you doing this? What physical process is it modelling?
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